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March 2016 Issue

B Vitamins on the Brain

Certain B vitamins play key roles in maintaining brain health and are found in nutritious foods, such as salmon and leafy greens.

Cognitive function, including memory, mental speed, and problem solving ability, declines gradually over the life span in most people. Although you canít completely prevent this, B vitamins, particularly folate and vitamins B12 and B6, play specific roles in keeping your mind sharp. EN takes a closer look at how these vitamins may help your brain function at its best.

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